Beal Dynamic Sling

Beal Dynamic Sling
Beal Dynamic Sling
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Dynamic Sling by Beal
Beal's Dynamic Sling is essentially a loop of 8. 9mm climbing rope designed for clipping into anchors, equalizing belays, or extending anchors. Dynamic properties make this sling a safer option than standard webbing, and the UV- and abrasion-resistant sheath protects the core for long-lasting durability.

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SKU: BEA001H
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